4 thoughts on “A Quiet Morning, Alameda Naval Air Station

  1. A friend just sent me a link to your eclipse-at-Alameda-Point entry. I’m not a professional photographer. Just a local environmentalist who shares your philosophy about emphasizing the positive in order to affect change. I write a blog about environmental cleanup and open space issues at Alameda Point http://alamedapointenvironmentalreport.wordpress.com/

    Getting political momentum for investing in parks and trails out in the runway area is difficult because: a) people can’t generally go there, so it’s out of sight, out of mind; and b) the land has not been conveyed out of Navy hands yet. One of my goals is to bring open space opportunities to life with photos of the wildlife that frequents the Point. The more I look, the more I see.

    As kind of a side effort to my regular blog, I set up a photoblog (which is hard to get viewers of my regular blog to go to) to feature images mainly about wildlife and open space, rather than environmental cleanup. In-situ chemical oxidation of vinyl chloride is not something that gets reTweeted. But wildlife and beautiful landscape, on the other hand, is something everyone can connect with. Here is the link to my humble little photoblog http://alamedapointimages.wordpress.com/

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